Wednesday, May 4, 2011

WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - BLINDING

April-May Canola 1 bis

April-May Sierne Trees 1 bis

April-May Path Sierne 1 bis

April-May Salève 1 bis

April-May Path Tree 1 bis

April-May Sierne 1 bis

68 comments:

  1. The beauty really is blinding in all these photos! GORGEOUS!

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  2. All these shades of green and yellow are beautiful. I love seeing spring on your pictures :-)

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  3. Oh I really want to come and visit you Rosa! The landscape looks just amazing!

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  4. Sooooo beautiful, Rosa! Yellow always makes me full of the joys of approaching summer!

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  5. As always, very breathtaking photos!!

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  6. Winter is over! Welcome to Light Spring.

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  7. Wow!!! Magnifique Rosa! J'ai bien hâte que le temps s'améliore chez moi... beaucoup de pluie ces temps-ci.

    Bonne journée xx

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  8. Its interesting to see visually the gradual arrival of spring/summer in your weekly updates

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  9. Truly magnificent, Rosa! Spring in all her beauty.

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  10. Rosa absolutely amazing and spring views! Love these pictures! gloria

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  11. C'est toujours aussi beau... on a l'impression que la nature a changé d'un coup par rapport à tes précédentes photos). Le printemps est bien là (ici c'est même l'été!).Bises...

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  12. Spring is so magnificently green over there. Breathtaking!

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  13. C'est superbe la vie qui revient avec force et majesté.
    Bisous

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  14. Oh, I am absolutely blinded by this beauty. Beautiful Rosa!!

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  15. What lovely views of the road. Your artistic eye is fabulous Rosa.
    Sam

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  16. Ici, au Québec, nous avons vraiment un printemps merdique (innondations partout, toujours gris et pluvieux). Je dois te dire que tes photos sont un baume pour mon coeur. Après l'hiver, je n'en peux plus... Que de belles couleurs sur ces photos:)

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  17. Green is the colour of nature, fertility, life.
    Awesome clicks ♥

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  18. Absolutely gorgeous photos (as always!)

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  19. GORGEOUS pictures! Makes me want to be outside!

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  20. Love the shades of yellow and green.

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  21. I have walked this path you showed us.What a pleasure to be one with nature.Great photo;s..indeed no words needed.

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  22. J'ai reconnu les grands cyprès qui permettent de comparer avec les photos de l'automne et de l'hiver combien la nature a changé.

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  23. MAGNIFICENT PHOTOS! What a beautiful combination of yellow and green ... Great post Rosa.

    Have a lovely week!! =(^.^)=

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  24. It was a pleasure walking this road you gave us.Words are not necessary ..just take yourself and be happy in the nature.Thanks for sharing

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  25. Gorgeous, nice backround music.

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  26. love the green shade with that bright yellow and then road in between .. beautiful !

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  27. Ca donne envie d'aller fouler l'herbe pieds nus !
    Quelle transformation entre les photos que tu avais prises au tout début du printemps ! Profite de cette belle saison !

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  28. Breath-Taking, Rosa! Absolutely superb scenery views--The Second photo is my favorite :)

    Aldy.

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  29. what a difference to the pics a gew weeks ago...

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  30. Tu as la chance d'habiter une bien belle région, mais ce que tu en fais, au fil du temps, est un hommage à sa hauteur. J'aime bien visiter la Suisse, où je ne suis jamais allée, grâce à toi :))

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  31. I love how the yellow flowers are lined in such a way!

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  32. Les beaux jours reviennent, la preuve en images... et quelles images !

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  33. stunningly beautiful ! love the colors...

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  34. Beautiful! I wish I could walk down all of those paths:)

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  35. Gorgeous photos :) By the way, what camera do you use?

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  36. I`m in love with first pic, Rosa!

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  37. Great pictures! I love the structure the vertical lines of the trees give to your frames.

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  38. Absolutely magnificient. You brighten my day!

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  39. Such gorgoeus pictures! Love the green and the yellow against the blue skies.

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  40. You take such beautiful photos!

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  41. wonderful... really, here in Montreal we're still waiting for the real Spring. Your pics make me envy!! Giorgia & Cyril

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  42. Finally, Rosa! Spring, soon into summer. What lovely colors nature gives us!

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  43. un beau paysage c'est le printemps
    magnifiques photos bravo Rosa
    bonne soirée

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  44. Wonderfully blinding, Rosa! Your eyes must've ached with the sheer beauty of it. :-)

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  45. O, these are lovely! So pretty and representative of Spring!

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  46. Gorgeous shades of yellow and green. INspiring.

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  47. I can't believe the colors and the definition of those pics - so beautiful :)

    Cheers,

    Gera

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  48. Where IS that??? I feel like having a picnic there TODAY!
    and then a nap, in the shade of a tree...

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  49. Rosa those photos are just so full of spring I wish I could run right through those fields of yellow flowers!!! Beautiful! :)

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  50. Absolutely gorgeous Rosa. I'd like to picnic in that fiekd under a tree.

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  51. Ccette serie la respire la joie, l'exaltation.
    Bon weekend Rosa.

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  52. Rosa, your landscape photos are the best!

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  53. Gorgeous trees! lovely shots Rosa! cheers!

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  54. I love the beauty that surrounds you!!!

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  55. Une merveille comme d'habitude ! tout est magnifique !

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  56. LAURA'S KITCHEN: Yes. It is in the Geneva countryside, close to the Salève mountain and French border.

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  57. FROMBATOPARIS: This place is situated in the Geneva countryside, near Veyrier and the French border.

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